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Diagnosing and treating hematologic malignancies are becoming increasingly complex. If you care for patients with blood disorders, you need a solid understanding of the diagnoses process, treatment options, and supportive care interventions to help manage your patient’s symptoms. The Hematologic Cancers online course delivers the knowledge you need for this unique patient population.
Prepare yourself for the symptoms you typically see when treating patients undergoing hormonal therapy. The Hormonal Therapy Symptom Management Bundle puts together four of the most common side effects from hormonal therapy and presents evidence-based information on each in short courses that can be taken all at once or spread out over six months.
Hypercalcemia can have serious implications for your patients. Learn to assess your patients for the symptoms of hypercalcemia, and provide evidence-based care to those at risk for or experiencing this side effect.
Immunotherapy, believed to be the most promising new form of cancer treatment since the emergence of chemotherapy, is now being celebrated as a top advancement in cancer care. Encouraging clinical trial results involving the use of immunotherapy continue to yield more approved indications for various cancer types. Even as more agents emerge, immunotherapy drug use is expected to further expand as we move toward the future of cancer treatment.
You likely already know some of the potential benefits that physical activity can bring to your patients with cancer, but haven’t figured out a way to consistently recommend exercise to every patient. This course will give you the information, resources, and hands-on practice you need to feel confident in discussing physical activity in your clinical practice. You’ll gain the necessary knowledge and skills, then provide physical activity recommendations to ten patients and report back on the patients taught.